Tagged: Ricoh Americas

This Week in Imaging: “Can you turn that printer down?” Security the New ‘Speeds-and-Feeds’

By far, the most interesting news this week was HP’s new home printer, the AMP 100, which features Bluetooth speakers that are used to stream music and sound from any Bluetooth-capable device, prompting one of the folks at HP to tell us, “It’s the first time I’ve ever...

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Appeals Court Rules Against MPHJ Technology, Affirms MPHJ Scan Patents Un-Patentable

In good news for Lexmark International, Ricoh Americas, and Xerox, yesterday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit Court ruled against notorious “patent troll” MPHJ Technology Investments. MPHJ had appealed an earlier decision that invalidated several of its scan patents. The appeals case is MPHJ Technology Investments,...

Ricoh’s New ‘MFPs for Education’ Feature Cloud, Accounting, Security Features

In a strategy that targets the education sector, Ricoh Americas is optimizing various color and black-and-white MFPs for the education sector, introducing new “education MFPs,” the Multifunction Printer (MFP) for Education Series. The MFPs may be integrated with Learning Management Systems (LMS), cloud-based document storage, and job-accounting software options....

This Week in Imaging: Scary Times for the Print Industry?; Unique Panasonic Scanner/Toughpad Bundle

Scary times for the print industry? Yes and no. But with a sale  of either Sharp Corporation and/or Lexmark International most likely imminent, with both Xerox and HP splitting into two separate companies, and with slowing revenue even from Japan companies that have been benefiting from a weak...

New Ricoh Electronic Data Exchange Automates Capture and Storage of Diverse Healthcare Information

Ricoh Americas today announced Ricoh Electronic Data Exchange (Ricoh EDE), a subscription-based workflow solution that enables healthcare facilities to capture, store, and manage protected healthcare information, whether structured or unstructured, within an Electronic Health Record (EHR) or enterprise content management (ECM) system, eliminating employees having to manually identify...